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Re: [opensuse] Root and boot partitions on a sw raid volume (opensuse 12.2 - 12.3 rc1 64bit)
On 22/03/13 15:45, Per Jessen wrote:
I have seen situations with those numbers (md125/6/7) before - I am not
sure, but I think they were caused by left-over superblocks on drives
no longer configured/used for raid.

I have two non-system RAID1 arrays [/home and /music]. Whenever I
upgrade the system mdm assigns them to md126 and md127. In the past,
I've had to jump through hoops with mdadm to get them back to md0 and
md1, but following the latest, fresh installation of 12.3, they reverted
to md0 and md1 following a reboot.

Bob
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